Like Father, Like Son

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Dr. Jack Hammond Dudley Moore is a noted heart surgeon whose personality is switched with his teenage son Chris Kirk Cameron in this uninspired comedy. The ingestion of a brain transference serum is the catalyst for the comic catastrophe and the confusion that follows. Sean Astin and Patrick O'Neal co-star with Margaret Colin and Catherine Hicks. A decent idea for a comedy that has since been done better in Brian Gilbert's 1988 comedy Vice Versa starring Fred Savage and Judge ...
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Dr. Jack Hammond Dudley Moore is a noted heart surgeon whose personality is switched with his teenage son Chris Kirk Cameron in this uninspired comedy. The ingestion of a brain transference serum is the catalyst for the comic catastrophe and the confusion that follows. Sean Astin and Patrick O'Neal co-star with Margaret Colin and Catherine Hicks. A decent idea for a comedy that has since been done better in Brian Gilbert's 1988 comedy Vice Versa starring Fred Savage and Judge Reinhold.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/24/1994
  • UPC: 043396670013
  • Original Release: 1987
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Dudley Moore Dr. Jack Hammond
Kirk Cameron Chris Hammond
Sean Astin Trigger
Patrick O'Neal Dr. Armbruster
Margaret Colin Ginnie Armbruster
Catherine Hicks Dr. Amy Larkin
James Deeth Helicopter Pilot
Chera Holland Nurse in Corridor
Steven Isham Rock Concert Band, Autograph
Steve Lynch
Steve Plunkett
Cami Cooper Lori Beaumont
Micah Grant Rick Anderson
Bill Morrison Uncle Earl
Skeeter Vaughan Medicine Man
Larry Sellers Navajo Helper
Tami David Navajo Girl
Maxine Stuart Phillis
David Wohl Dr. Roger Hartwood
Michael Horton Dr. Mike O'Donald
Randolph Dreyfuss Dr. Spellner
Art Frankel Mr. Racine
Christine Healy Hospital Administrator
Mary Jane Courier Operating Nurse
Debbie Zipp Nurse with Dying Patient
Teresa Bowman Nurse With Heart Patien
Brian Peck Intern with Heart Patient
Carol Swarbrick Norma
Kedric Wolfe Sidney, Board member
Robert Balderson Hal Gilden, Board Member
Dakin Matthews Old Man Morrison
Les Lannom Coach Ellis
Lorna Hill Mrs. Davis
John Stinson Math Teacher
Bill Stevenson Biology Student
Alexandra Kenworthy Janice Stenfield
Todd Selby Rick's Friend
Lloyd Nelson Teacher in Hall
John Tokatlian STudent
Mark McCannon Student
Jan Duncan Student
Armin Shimerman Trigger's Dad
Kitty Swink Trigger's Mom
Lisa Robins Bartender
Richard Gilberts Paper Boy
James Lashly Freemont
Corki Grazer Corky
Nancy Lenehan Waitress in Desert Diner
Johnathan Brecht Newborns at Desert Diner
Chris Robinson Bobby
Jack Starrett Coach Jennings
Technical Credits
Rod Daniel Director
Steven L. Bloom Screenwriter
Lorne Cameron Screenwriter
James A. Crabe Cinematographer
John Frazier Special Effects
Lois Freeman-Fox Editor
Dennis Gassner Production Designer
Miles Goodman Score Composer
Brian Grazer Producer
Jack N. Green Cinematographer
David Hoselton Screenwriter
Darin Knight Sound/Sound Designer
Dan Kolsrud Asst. Director
Brogan Lane Makeup
Tom Laughlin Screenwriter
Robert Turturice Costumes/Costume Designer
David Valdes Producer
John Thomas Walker Set Decoration/Design
Judith Weiner Casting
Monty Westmore Makeup
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    awesome!

    man i love this movie its so cool so a son in highschool who doesn't like Bilogy switches places with his father who's a doctor now they must learn how to live as eachother until the spell goes away it all starts when Chris's friend drops by and gives some potion to him and the cat and dog switches places so Chris's father accidently drinks the potion and son becomes father and father becomes son its vise versa real cool!

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